36 Burst results for "Ten Days Ago"

The Marxist Agenda of the Modern American Journalist

The Mark Levin Show

02:11 min | 6 d ago

The Marxist Agenda of the Modern American Journalist

"I pointed out a month or five weeks ago or so that marks profession as long as profession anyway was as a journalist. And it's not a surprise that when you see the the american marxist today in these various news platforms although the night but they deny whatever they want. I don't give a damn what they do not remember. This is part of the case. We're going to make the case. Use our language. Use it properly and identify what we need to identify. But he was a so-called journalist in the modern journalists so called are using marxists tactics and many of them don't even know it. They just play on a social activist on page ninety. Four point out in an interview with james ledbetter the editor of dispatches for the new york tribune a two thousand and a book of marxist articles for the tribune yes he wrote for the new york tribune ledbetter who looked at all the articles explains that the basic marks approach to his new york tribune columnist at an event that was in the news and election and uprising the second opium war the outbreak of the american civil war and sift through it until he could boil it down to some fundamental questions of politics or economics and then on those questions he would make his judgment and their sense marxist journalism does resemble some of the writing that is published today in journals of opinion and it is not hard to see a direct line between marxist journalistic writing and the kind of ten days writing on public affairs that characterized much political journalism. He says especially in europe but this was written some time ago. It's especially now in america in the twentieth century. So he wrote that in two thousand eight so the modern american journalists so called is not what the framers of the constitution had in mind. They're not about freedom of speech. They have taken the approach of karl marx himself. As who's was a journalist for a long time.

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Fresh update on "ten days ago" discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

00:58 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ten days ago" discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"I say this all because in thirteen years of the existence of this program. We've helped welcome just around. Eighty thousand iraqis and afghans in their family members and not a single one has ever been arrested suspected of detained convicted excetera of any type of links to terrorism earning various individuals. These are all extremely patriotic. People who are desperate to flee the people who were going to murder them because they stood shoulder to shoulder with us so so i was wondering if mad. Or or congressman. You could walk us through. The latest estimate of how large the backlog is for these issues. And how many of these partners family members are also trying to get them will officially. They're eighteen thousand current applicants. That number is likely to increase over the summer. Especially if what matt describes continues to be true which is a taliban takeover more of the country and threatened the lives or actually executes our allies that they catch there on the ground. There's also doesn't count the family members. Many of whom are persecuted for simply being associated with someone who worked for the americans. So if we're gonna do right by the afghan people by our allies on the ground. We have to evacuate more. But let's also put this in perspective. We hear some people in the administration. Say they don't want a saigon style. Last minute mass evacuation eighteen thousand people could be evacuated day by day over the summer. With just one or two flights a day so this doesn't have to be chaotic. We have the time although it's very limited to do this well and smoothly and not create a seed. Just make sure we save lives. That is such a cogent point that the congressman points out the association wartime allies actually puts at a daily with the call evacuation tracker. Let's say we use the arbitrary withdrawal date of september eleventh. We would only have to be averaging three flights a day right now to get this done. Whereas if we're going to use the actual projected withdrawal date of the fourth of july were recording on this podcast on the fifteenth of june f. We started the evacuation. Today we would have to be doing a minimum of seventeen flights a day. Moving thirty eight hundred people a day just to get this done. And so you have to understand it's an exponential curve so every day now that passes between now and just the fourth of july it's at least an additional flight or two flights a day and not only is going to get more and more difficult as time goes on if this is down to you know one week remaining. You're talking about almost a hundred flights a day in some cases. So the congressman's right if we did this very very methodically with a much more longer runway. We could easily achieve this. It would not be chaotic and saigon. Like right right. But let's let's get back to special immigrant visas for the moment congressman molten wondering in your view. What should congress be doing about that. Issue specifically evacuation plan. Some would say is pretty much in hands of of the administration at this point will of course congress should increase the numbers for special visas. I mean that's something that i've been advocating for for years and we have a fight about it every single year when we have the defense bill. So that's a no brainer. It's something that has support on both sides of the aisle mainly from veterans. Of course there are anti immigrant forces in congress who fight us on this every year but the bottom line is that it's almost irrelevant discussion at this point. We don't have time for the special immigrant visa process. That can play out in a place like guam where we have the luxury and safety to take our time processing these immigrants one. By one. What we need now is an evacuation. That's what will save their lives right. And you wrote a letter to the bud administration with the honoring. Our promises working group. Bipartisan group. Where you you outline sort of what you just said right now. I'm curious if you've if you've gotten any updates on any evacuation planning to guam. No we haven't gotten any updates. Were already behind the curve. And i sent the letter. On june fourth calling for an evacuation. That was ten days ago now and we haven't heard anything. We have fewer than one hundred days until our stated withdrawal date. So we don't have any time to waste or are there any other actions. This is open to you matt or or the congressmen other any any other things that the biden administration has been doing. I think they added fifty staff in in washington. Dc to expedite the processing of applications in. What are your. What are your thoughts on those. Those look. I know that there are people in the vitamin inspiration veterans in particular who understand the urgency of the situation who understand that there are lives on the line now afghanistan but but also get the fact that this will have major for our national security in the future for our ability to find allies when we need them in some future conflict but the bottom line is that they're not moving quickly enough. I don't know why the administration writ large can't make this a bigger priority. Because i know there are voices not just in congress book from within the administration who are stressing this but we've got war To act the congressman's point you know. This is an administration that tout's itself as a profound defender champion of human rights. In the congressman. And i both know did people within the administration. And they're exactly that they are profound defenders and champion of human rights. And they do tout and want to support a spouse. Bipartisan solutions. well. The congressman is done. Just that i. I can't think of another issue. In which some of the folks who have signed onto these letters particularly in the senate agree on anything to the senate signatories to this process or senators ron johnson and patrick leahy. I don't know of another issue that they're on a agreement with there's a coalition now of of massive number of veterans organizations to include. People like the student veterans of america. Who barely ever get politically involved in issues like this. But as their leader said this is just one of those never again moments. Where you've got gotta stand up and do the right thing. You've got human rights organizations faith based organizations. there's a massive coalition of people screaming. Get them to guam. And the only person that's missing in action as the president. It's mind boggling. Yesterday on on on one of the sunday morning talk shows secretary. Blinken was asked about this and he said evacuation was the wrong. Was the wrong word to use in trying to get out. Us partners jurors both your thoughts. On that i don't care what word they use. I mean get over. The semantics here in evacuation is what's needed. Make it happen and you can use whatever press plan you want. I completely agree. You know the the scary thing was is that he knows that his own embassy has closed in kabul because of cove it they they shut down on friday and they've shut down indefinitely and the last time they shut down due to covid. They stop processing visas for a year. The congress great the semantics. Don't matter it either. Get him guam. they're going to die will. Let's talk about some of the obstacles. Covid being one of them of an actual evacuation plan to guam. I'm curious what what other obstacles are. Well first of all. Let's just put this in context here. Guam isn't necessarily the only place in the world where this can happen. But we've just done evacuations to guam before in nineteen seventy five. We evacuated one hundred. Forty thousand vietnamese to guam for their visa processing in nineteen ninety six. We evacuated a couple thousand kerr's to guam and importantly the people of guam under the leadership of their representative are ready to accept these afghan immigrants. Now.

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MLB Grappling With Unprecedented Spike in Injuries

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:28 sec | Last week

MLB Grappling With Unprecedented Spike in Injuries

"Injury news from around baseball. The baltimore orioles place. John means in the ten day injured list with the left shoulder strain sunday. Giants third baseman. Evan longoria will be sidelined for estimated four to six weeks. This is a body blow injury that occurred when he was in a collision with shortstop brandon crawford on sunday houston astros utility man to lead ms d as expected to be sidelined for six to eight weeks after suffering a fractured left hand. When he was hit by a

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Will Portugal Move to the Amber List?

The Briefing

00:50 sec | Last week

Will Portugal Move to the Amber List?

"Just when you thought. It was safe to book a holiday to portugal. We've learned it could be removed from the. Uk's travel green list ministers and that medical advisers are meeting today. they'll be deciding if the country should instead be waited. Amber that would mean holiday makers having to quarantine for ten days when they get higher and pay for to pcr tests. Scientists are concerned about rising infection rights and the emergence of variance in portugal. Our home affairs editor. Charles hamas has a piece of analysis. He says football could be behind the rise in cases. And we've got a guide to your rights. If you've already got holiday booked meantime there were reports a new nepal. Variant spreading in europe may also threaten holidays. Scientists fear that strain could be resistant to vaccines.

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Netanyahu's war on Hamas [TEST]

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:44 min | 2 weeks ago

Netanyahu's war on Hamas [TEST]

"Hello and welcome to the may twenty twenty one podcast from the moment diplomatic. My name's joel. Miller and my guest. This month is shall end. Download a jerusalem based journalist. Who for five decades has been covering israel on the wider middle east. Charles's many publications include a biography of Jamea and most recently a book reflecting on his years as jerusalem correspondent and this month's edition of the paper he's written about the rise and rise of the israeli right. He argues that. The israeli left has consistently failed to understand the uncompromising nature of netanyahu's project despite growing evidence when i called charles in jerusalem a few days after a ceasefire between israel and hamas was announced. I began by asking him what had struck him passionately in the past two weeks. To tell you the truth sweat Rarely surprised me was getting phone. Calls from people in france including jewelries. Think what happened. Everything was quiet for years now. Suddenly everything blows up lays now a new war and what happened with palestinian. Ever seen what quiet. Nothing quite. The fire was ready to burn all the elements where here to have an explosion of violence. No basic problem was his. Netanyahu will for ten years had as his policies to make military agreement cease-fires under the conditions that he would let Qatar bring shoot cases of cash. Do gaza do finances hamas and on the other side in the west bank. No political agreement. Everything is stuck and Settlements are growing within sixty percent of the west bank so everything was just growing growing growing until it grew up so in a sense. You're saying it wasn't a surprise. Did it feel like a repetition or does it feel different this time. Listen i was expecting at some point in time this would happen. I was surprised with the rapidity with which It it became a full scale war between the gaza and israel. This when we're very fast. So this should worry. I believe the policy makers in israel ended order abroad. It dallas sense of deja. Netanyahu has been prime minister since two thousand nine and so i know you've studied the israeli right as part of part of your long career as a journalist. Is it possible to say what netanyahu's endgame is is that clear. Yes preventing the creation of a palestinian State Wrong side israel and to stay in power so vilo survival political survival netanyahu and his old firmly believe the only he has the ability to protect and save the jewish people in israel and abroad so he staying power is of the utmost importance. This is why also he believes and these fighting role judiciary processes that brings him to court for corruption. And so. how do you read. Netanyahu's personal position. Today after the last the events of the last ten days given what you've said about the legal charges that he's facing and the fact that he hasn't been able to form a government for the fourth time. First of all the round of violence between israel and hamas for the cinci came back to power in two thousand nine. Netanyahu has very coaches now to get into full-scale war nut with his better in journals. Not with us is about self Of violence in for example. The two thousand fourteen. This happened without the netanyahu.

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FDA Approves Third Antibody Drug for COVID-19 Cases

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

FDA Approves Third Antibody Drug for COVID-19 Cases

"Federal health officials have approved a third antibody drug to help reduce the impact of Kobe doing team on infected patients the US food and drug administration's authorize the emergency use of a new drug with the goal of reducing hospitalizations and patient deaths the drug comes from Glaxo Smith Kline envy or biotechnology designed to treat mild to moderate cases of COPD nineteen where patients are at risk of severe illness because of advanced age or underlying health conditions this antibody drug is given through an IV and should be administered within ten days after symptoms develop health officials say the demand has been low for two similar drugs already on the market they suspect hospitals don't have a clear picture of the drugs availability hi Jackie Quinn

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Gaza Ceasefire Can't Mask Destruction Says UNRWA Chief

UN News

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Gaza Ceasefire Can't Mask Destruction Says UNRWA Chief

"Humanitarian community is welcome to ceasefire agreed in the occupied palestinian territory and israel but warned that the destruction in gaza will take years if not decades to fix speaking from gaza. Metairie schmaltz from the un relief agency for palestinians andrea said. There was no going back to normal in the clave. After more than ten days of rocket fire and air strike exchanges between the warring parties have killed more than two hundred fifty people and injured thousands. Going back to normal. Life means having to watch very carefully whether they're unexploded devices we know at least one school in our case or one of our two hundred seventy eight schools where we have discovered too deeply buried bombs and we have alerted authorities that so obviously we cannot just rush back into our buildings and schools. The ones that we didn't use that were unguarded. We have to actually make sure they're safe. Mr schnell noted the unrest off for mainly residents of the region said that the violence had been worse in intensity and terror than two thousand fourteen before entering the un secretary. General's call for meaningful political process to resolve the grievances of both palestinians and israelis

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Washington Nationals Activate Stephen Strasburg From Injured List

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Washington Nationals Activate Stephen Strasburg From Injured List

"Nationals. Ace stephen strasburg set to return from a month long stint on the injured list today when he throws against the baltimore orioles us placed on the injured list five weeks ago with right shoulder inflammation cincinnati reds place infielder. Mike was stockists on the ten jade in ten day injured list thursday. With a right. He'll contusion

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UN Chief: 'Hell on Earth' for Children of Gaza

UN News

01:22 min | 3 weeks ago

UN Chief: 'Hell on Earth' for Children of Gaza

"If there is a hell on earth. It is the lives of children in gaza. Un secretary general. Tony guitarist said on thursday in an impassioned appeal for an end to ongoing violence in the occupied palestinian territory and in israel in his address to the un general assembly. Mister gutierrez repeated his appeal for a revitalized peace process describing it. As the only route to adjust and lasting solution the un chief's comments came amid increasing international calls for a ceasefire after more than ten days of air strikes by israeli defense forces on gaza and targets and rocket fire into israel by armed groups including hamas based in the end clave misty guitarist noted that he and other senior united nations officials were pushing for an end to hostilities by all parties to the conflict through extensive diplomatic efforts within the region including egypt jordan and qatar and key partners in the international community. I call on all members of the international community to do everything in their power to enable the parties to conflict to step back from the brink. He said latest data indicates that the clashes which are the may serious since two thousand fourteen have claimed the lives of two hundred and nineteen palestinians including sixty four children and thirty six women and injured thousands more. There have also been at least twelve fatalities in israel including two children and hundreds of injuries from rockets fired by hamas and other militant groups which mister gutierrez also condemned

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Biden, in Netanyahu call, urges `significant de-escalation'

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Biden, in Netanyahu call, urges `significant de-escalation'

"President Biden is stepping up pressure on Israel to end ten days of fighting with Palestinians in till now the president avoided pushing Israel directly and publicly for a cease fire but amid pressure on him from Democrats the White House says the president spoke again this morning with Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu the president conveyed to the prime minister that he expected a significant escalation today on the path to a cease fire spokeswoman Corinne John P. air would not say if Netanyahu gave the president any assurances about ending air strikes targeting Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip Sager mag ani Washington

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Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Judge Limits Footage That Family Can See of Andrew Brown Jr.’s Killing

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the family of a black man who was fatally shot by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina will only be shown a fraction of body camera footage recorded at the scene the family of amber brown junior who was fatally shot in his car by sheriff's deputies in Elizabeth city North Carolina on April twenty first will be allowed to see less than twenty minutes of the nearly two hours of video of body camera footage that was recorded Superior Court judge Jeffrey foster issued a written ruling setting a ten day time period for thirties to share the footage with brown's family Pasquotank county sheriff Tommy Wooten the second said in a statement Friday his office has agreed with the brown family suggestion to review the video on Tuesday at an earlier hearing district attorney Andrew Womble said body camera video showed brown's car made contact with law enforcement twice as he tried to drive away before shots are heard on the video deputies were serving a drug related search warrant at brown's home hi Mike Rossio

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A Fathers Journey to Understand & Heal After His Childs Suicide

CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf

02:10 min | Last month

A Fathers Journey to Understand & Heal After His Childs Suicide

"Jason. Welcome to my podcast. I am very very honored to talk to you today. About such an important topic and how you have gone through such a such an issue. Such a mess of thing in how you've turned the surrounding your life to help others so before we start people put a little bit of actual bio but can you just tell us a little bit about who you all what you do why you and then we can dive into a story to talk about this incredible incredibly important topic of teen suicide and what we can do. Doctors really appreciate you having me on here today. It's a very. It's a tough topic for so many people. It's not an easy topic for me either bees. I've actually unfortunate. Lived through the death of son and i think it's important after losing ryan go back to the story. He was he just turned fourteen years of age and my wife and i were on vacation. Celebrate your birthday. It was three years ago. In this march he'd literally turned fourteen and ten days later decided to take his life. And i didn't see a Signs we didn't know there's any wrong with ryan we knew the ride had crohn's disease. We knew ryan was a little grumpy but we had three other older kids. They were all happy and he was like least frumpy how i could see it and we did not know what he was struggling with. And i didn't ask. That's the the biggest thing that i wanna get across the parents of doing. What i'm doing is because if you take the look at the life we lead haiti life. At least from my perspective. He had a good life. I'm yeah we don't have a lot of issues. A great family life. He lived in a nice setting. I've been able to provide very well for my family and he wasn't needing anything he had friends. He was the class clown he was all. Those things done little challenges but i did not realize what he was struggling with inside because i never asked how he was doing

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Spring Seller Premium Pricing Program 2021

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

01:49 min | Last month

Spring Seller Premium Pricing Program 2021

"Pond cascio dot com today. Wanted to talk about the program. That is in place for many of you that don't know there's a program that's available right now and it is something that's really making a big difference for those of you. Who are in the spring selling mode And this is all. This is all part of the spring selling premium program. Now what you have to remember is those of you who are in a position that can be selling right. Now are very wise to do so. It's a right just past the middle point of the spring markets We just passed the forty five day Just about ten days ago. So you really in a position right now where there is still a lot of ongoing demand for certain properties Many properties around the city and again. I book appointments every day. So i know exactly which areas are getting you know what type of action what type of activity And there are some places that are getting early bids of course there is still a large number of people who are hoping to secure places again for the summer. And they're doing so right now so when you're in the position to be selling right now there's a couple of advantages in this is why this program is so really important for you to sign up for There's so many advantages right now for you as a seller essentially. You're in a position where your house doesn't have to look as good as it might at a time where there are more buyers

U.S. Lifts Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

All In with Chris Hayes

01:45 min | Last month

U.S. Lifts Pause on Use of Johnson & Johnson Covid Vaccine

"We are no longer recommending pause to the johnson and johnson vaccine. I support the a cip's recommendation that the johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine be used for persons eighteen years of age or older in the united states population under the fda's emergency use authorization. And i have signed this recommendation with these actions. The administration of johnson johnson covid nineteen vaccine can resume immediately. Where you haven't ten days. After pausing the use the johnson johnson coronavirus vaccine and fda cleared the one shot vaccine just over an hour ago. A decision praised. Dr fauci the fact that the cdc in the fda originally hawes wiz should underscore to everyone that we take safety very very seriously so when a vaccine is let out again to be able to be vaccinating people in this country you can rest assure. The that's a safe inefficacious vaccine early last week. Federal health officials call for halton usa vaccine after six women between the ages of eighteen. forty developed. A rare blood clotting disorder at the time more than seven million doses have been administered since. Then we now know of fifteen cases of this specific disorder. Three people have died. Four people were sent to intensive care. Those cases are not nothing i mean. There's a reason. I think they paused it. But today s cdc panel that went through this thoroughly said the vaccine's benefit out with risks. Although they did pose a potential warning label the decision to resume using the vaccine gives us back another important tool in our arsenal fight. This virus as ever. us adult is now eligible. Get shot

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Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

Poke the Bear

02:53 min | 2 months ago

Taylor Hall Shows Flashes in his First Game With the Bruins

"Did you think of Taylor Hall? Yeah, I think if you're a few of the problems you have to be encouraged as what you saw home. It's kind of interesting after the game. He saw a few like National people kind of reactive like I guess I forget who was if someone up in Canada that was like, well you saw from a game the Bruins have the works out for them with Kayla Hall like guys not confident really going to build his confidence back up which I mean he's he's admitted that but he needs to build his game back up, but I don't know how he saw anything from it off. They give you like a red flag of like all this guy's really fighting the puck. I mean, it's his first game with the new team hasn't played in ten days. People forget about the guy was literally was on the it was held out of games wage earning a new system. So, you know, I don't know people are expecting him to to score a hat-trick in his first game, but you know, I think he started off a little slow. I think he had to kind of adjust the new life mate said like kind of a bad turn over that kind of that spin around pass it went to a sabre instead of a brewing so like yes a little tentative at at this. But I think it's a game went on he got more comfortable. I think where you really kind of noticed him especially was transition wise very very kind of assertive and smooth to the neutral zone. Got a lot of an easy. Everybody was able to manufacture a lot of pretty clean Zone entries, which is usually been an issue for this team terms of kind of getting that momentum back. So I think especially moving phone number Against maybe more physical teams like the Islanders or the capitals where they really trying to, you know, have you in your Zone? Haven't got like Hall who can't support a guy like McAvoy or a Grizzly look and get the puck-moving. I think it'd be a big a big difference maker in terms of helping out that group. So I think if you're the Bruins as the the first step I think of to be encouraged it wasn't, you know, I don't get the month of drawbacks and people saying that you know, he he look like he was you know out of it or or anything like that like he was shooting off the rust seemed like he was fitting pretty well with Craig Smith and Dave G granted like Craig Smith might be scoring on a newline you put them on right now you guys just on fire so which is good news for the Bruins, right that gives them an actual finish on that line, but I think it's be encouraging. I think maybe that one thing people were concerned about, you know, there's the The Narrative about until hell not playing winning lucky or being a dog because he was on some bootleg teams, but I think his attention to details as the game went on we're pretty good. I mean That could that checking effort to really break up that last chance Buffalo hat and over time, you know, he was engaged on the other end of the ice or the thing is encouraging. So I think for a first step really know how you have to be discouraged by what you saw because the chances were there, right? He wasn't burying them. He supposed to work on a little bit but as a first kind of audition seemed like he did pretty well in that second line.

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We Tested the Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment Peel

Breaking Beauty Podcast

02:07 min | 2 months ago

We Tested the Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment Peel

"I've been testing out the dr dennis. Gross skin-care alpha beta exploiting body treatment peel. So it's fifty eight. Us dollars and seventy six canadian dollars for just eight towelettes so definitely up there. But the price point I was a little surprised at that price. Point so comes in a box of age. But i've noticed that they've just started selling a box of two so the box of two is sixteen. Us dollars and twenty one canadian so if you just want to try it and that's a little bit more reasonable. Okay so what it is. It's an all over body polishing treatment. That visibly improves. The look of ingrown hairs caritas. Polaris dry skin and helps reduce the appearance of body blemishes in on even skin tone so comes in this foil packet. Carlini conner looks like the size of like two credit cards put side by side and textured towel when it's unwrapped it measures eight and a half inches by five and a half inches. Okay the biggest difference between this and the peel for face is there's no like step to quote unquote. You know with the alphabet appeal. You normally do step one. You let it sit on the face. And then you like neutralize the peel. Okay you do not oh interest. Oh that's like a significant difference. So they say you can use this on normal dry combination oily skin and it's really to address uneven texture. Acne bunches dryness. I personally loved this product. And for me i do get a lot of breakouts on my back and i have been getting more. It's so annoying just because my hair is so long right now. Because i haven't had a haircut and a frigging year So i thought that this was amazing to get like the way down your back and those really hard to reach areas. I get a lot of like congestion around like even my bra strap yet and then on the back of my arms and then you can use at around the bikini line so used it around there. I just felt like you got so much. Use out of one towel. And you're you really only have to use that. They say recommended like two times a week. I think you could do it even like once every ten days or so and still see the results.

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Algenist: Skincare that Guarantees Results in 10 Days!

Art Beauty

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Algenist: Skincare that Guarantees Results in 10 Days!

"Have not tried everything in alginates line back. We used to do press events. I would come to a lot of the events that you had that are wonderfully done and so informative. But i did fall in love with the sleeping collagen. That a few girlfriends. That i've turned onto and i thought it'd be nice to talk about you. Have an entire brand. That's really built upon the benefits of algae. Can you tell us about that well. We are a brands that has been born from. Algae research and the reason is algae plant it has survived and thrived for well over one point. Five billion years there are hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of different kinds of algae. And what's great about. It is because it has been so successful in nature it has adapted to have these compounds that naturally found in nature that are really beneficial and really important and we have made it our mission to study algae and look at those exciting compounds and help bring them to skin care because they show incredible results so algae is like this perfect little system. The other incredible thing about it is that it's natural. It is a regenerative ingredient. It is a clean ingredient and what we have shown in the rigor of our science which is core and fundamental to what we do as well. Is that these compounds. Show incredible results on the skin and they happen really quickly. And we set the bar high for ourselves and aimed to deliver meaningful visible results in the skin in just ten days with with our technologies ingredients

Protect all those fleeing Myanmar, UN offices urge surrounding countries

UN News

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Protect all those fleeing Myanmar, UN offices urge surrounding countries

"Un rights office chr and the un refugee agency hcr on thursday called on myanmar's neighbors to offer shelter to all those fleeing violence and persecution amid ongoing strife linked to the first of february coup. The appeal comes as the crisis enters. Its third month with additional concerns raised about renewed fighting between state armed forces and ethnic armed groups in border areas which have driven people to flee according to the un rights office. Oh chr at least five hundred. Ten peaceful protesters have been killed. The security forces and more than two thousand six hundred are in detention including many held incommunicado or forcibly disappeared night raids mass arrests and killings have become daily occurrences throughout the country. The chr says asia regional office said in a news. Release ten days after armed. Groups carried out a deadly attack on three villages near the western town of telea. Un humanitarian repeated their call for greater protection of civilians at all those displaced by violence in the hell. The un refugee agency unhcr reported on thursday that six refugees from nearby molly were among the one hundred thirty seven. People were killed on the twenty first of march by assailants on motorbikes. Most of the victims had already fled violence in two thousand and twenty. Unhcr said adding that fourteen hundred survivors from the targeted villages and on the move and many are in shock and mourning highlighting the deliverability ability of civilians in the region and the urgency of the situation jillian twigs. Hcl's assistant for protection. Encouraged efforts to address the growing insecurity noting that it was clear that the attacks on displaced people and communities hosting them targeted and deliberate in addition to the unjustifiable violence meted out against civilians shelters and granaries were also burned to the ground. Cattle was stolen or killed survivors. Have nothing left. Miss triggs

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Mitchell scores 27, Jazz rout short-handed Nets 118-88

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Mitchell scores 27, Jazz rout short-handed Nets 118-88

"And that's without all stars Kevin Durant James harden and curry Irving and the jazz wasted no time jumping to a twenty one point first quarter lead Donovan Mitchell led Utah with twenty seven points we've had a system in my time here where we've played you know differently because guys have been out you know and I think tonight really showed the mental fortitude we had throughout the entire game to continue to to keep my foot on the pedal boy am I gonna mention Mike Conley added eighteen points apiece for the jazz well I was a Johnson making the most of a ten day contract led the nets with twenty three points and fifteen rebounds I'm Jim Bernard

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"ten days ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The same following yesterday's peaceful demonstrations after which protesters went home before Saturday's eight PM curfew a correspondent bill weir reports from Brooklyn that is been orderly in the city all day long another day of massive but peaceful protests which is great given the turn of events that happened ten days ago and now the NYPD is out there responded now I even saw a commander inspector last night marching arm in arm with one of those protesters down thirty four street such a different telephone group of evangelical Christians was joined by Republican senator Mitt Romney for a March down Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington Romney tweeted a picture of himself wearing a mask and above the photo he wrote black lives matter from Bloomberg world headquarters in New York I'm Doug Christner let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets to drug makers behind the industry's most prominent responses to the covert nineteen pandemic are looking into the possibility of a combined future we are told AstraZeneca has approach to Gilead sciences about a merger now Gilly add we are told has discussed the idea with its advisers however no decisions have been made on how to proceed and the companies are said to be not in formal conversations Kelly had by the way was worth ninety six billion dollars as of Friday's close the company is creator of the corona virus treatment room does appear Saudi Arabia and Russia got what they wanted from the OPEC plus meeting a one month extension to existing output curbs and success on the issue of compliance WTI crude oil is hired by just two tenths of one percent right now at thirty nine sixty top iron ore producer valet was ordered to shut its mining operation in Brazil there is concern over surging covered nineteen cases in that country and the possibility of disruptions in other minds U. S. civil rights groups have received a surge of corporate donations since the death of George Floyd Financial Times review of statements from U. S. firms found more than four hundred fifty million dollars in pledges to groups focused on social and racial justice we check markets every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg we've got a stronger yen at one oh nine forty seven and a higher Nikkei which is up nine tenths of one percent hang Seng is up half of one percent Shanghai composite had three tenths of one percent no trading in Australia given a holiday right now in Seoul the Cosby is up a tenth of one percent and a ten year treasury yielding eighty nine basis points global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalist and analyst this is Bloomberg these birds hello hello stealing full suite on radio each and every week at this time tapping into or Bloomberg intelligence analyst covering some two thousand companies and one hundred thirty three five so mall and leisure real estate is under pressure and I wonder how much understatement that statement actually.

"ten days ago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ten days ago wishes to a very good friend of mine and a friend to our nation prime minister Boris Johnson we're very sad to hear that he was taken into intensive care this afternoon a little while ago Johnson is fifty five his office says he is conscious Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab is set to take over if he becomes incapacitated California governor Gavin Newsom offering help to other cities in the form of ventilators five hundred ventilators from our cash will be sent to the national stockpile to be immediately distributed to states in need particularly the state of New York New York governor Andrew Cuomo had said earlier today the state is using all its ventilators beyond their capacity the governor of Wisconsin overruled by the state's highest court in his effort to postpone tomorrow's presidential primary Wisconsin spring election will happen as originally planned to Tuesday after the state Supreme Court to block democratic governor Tony Evers executive order to push back the vote by two months she says out of fears of a corona virus there's no shame in changing course to keep people safe and quite frankly to save lives though this just days after the governorate minute in a tweet that he did not have the authority to stop the election rather than it belong to the Republican controlled legislature anti verse who up until the eleventh hour push forward with a Tuesday vote Jeff man also fox news Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot is pledging an aggressive public health campaign aimed at people of color the city's black residents account for seventy two percent of deaths from the virus despite making up only thirty percent of the city's population America is listening to fox news brought to you by ABC home and commercial services newsradio kale BJ I'm John Julian topping Austin's news the city of Austin's daily percentage of new covert nineteen infections has not kept pace with major cities like New York which has been overrun with cases Austin's mayor Steve Adler New York in the United States for living in a doubling every two days and that's where we started off right now we're probably doubling every five days and that's a really good number but he says that number needs to come down even more the city of Austin is now recommending everyone wear a mask while out in public to limit transmission even further capital metro mechanic has died a week after they were diagnosed with COPD at nineteen the transit authority reports face masks are now being handed out to front line staffers like bus drivers and more medical protective equipment is flowing at the Texas governor Greg Abbott reports Texas has distributed more than one point five million mass thirty thousand face shields and two point seven million gloves uses two point five million more mass are expected to arrive by tomorrow you're guilty J. radar weather watch at sixty seven agree low eighty eight degree high get Austin news on demand at newsradio kale B. J. dot com are you millennials the entitled dreamy technology reliant eighteen to thirty four year olds.

"ten days ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Open Risi but we'll update our rain chances and about five minutes we'll check the forecast then top local stories SpaceX set a new time for H. plant crude dragon critical abort test the company says a state wins and choppy seas today for some to cancel their plans which would demonstrate the spacecraft's ability to carry a screw the safety in an event of an emergency at about eighty four seconds and the launch will trigger the launch escape system and and that the dragon will carry the astronauts safely away a test now set for Sunday morning at eight o'clock there's a six hour launch window news ninety six point five W. D. B. over Orlando turns first for severe weather partly cloudy and breezy with temperatures eventually dipping into the sixties tonight then on Sunday we bring the warmth back from channel nine Eyewitness News I meteorologist Cassander creamy of all were clear of any rain on news ninety six point five W. DVL interactive weather radar it's partly sunny seventy seven in Orlando the magic mechanic Larry Perry begins in just a couple of minutes another report of shots fired on ifor this time it's happened in Polk County going to Lakeland ledger the highway patrol says somebody fired around from a hand gun into a cargo van near mile marker fifty two that's so just a couple of miles west of US twenty seven earlier we told you about cars that were shot just after new years on I forward some all inclusive county to eighteen vehicles at all damage and then at least four cars were shot to ifor area around Disney ten days ago no injuries reported in any of the cases and no arrests have been made why here's a loud booms this weekend if you're around the Ocala.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Embrace somehow that u s at dprk relations can prove the voice there of australian graduate student alex sigli in a report we aired in february by the world's patrick win sigli disappeared of young young ten days ago an today reappeared safe and sound in beijing swedish diplomats helped australia ranges released from north korea finally today a shocker at the wimbledon tennis tournament in england not talking about venus williams getting eliminated eliminated by fifteen year old cocoa golf this is about the outcome of a first round match on the men's side of the tournament australian bernard tomac lost in straight sets the joe wilfred songa france that wasn't the surprising part what took everyone back was he apparent apparent lack of effort by tomic even the tv commentators written to the tomac performance all through the match that lost their photos rentis oh that'd be so many adjective used to describe an out summit is performance all through the match that lost their photos rentis oh that'd be so many adjective used to describe an out summit is bordering ordering embarrassment is not a very good practice session at the moment i mean it's just too there's no there's nothing small bubbly that was just abysmal that includes your guys is at wimbledon today they announced their stripping tomac of his earnings from tuesdays distasteful match about fifty six thousand dollars basically you're not even trying trying a statement said the referee felt the players performance did not meet the required professional standards at wimbledon out double fault stomach later claimed he was trying but when questioned by reporters he also admitted that he played terribly played pretty bad if i was happy labor day just full i wish next question please he mumbled not much effort in that answer either this is not the first time bernard tomic performance on the tennis court

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"ten days ago" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on KTRH

"Today on Easter Sunday Sri Lanka's defense minister calls the bombings a terror attack by religious extremists. Fox's Trey gangsta in Jerusalem says that a week and a half ago. Sri Lanka officials were warned about the possible attacks just ten days ago. Sri Lankan a police chase and a Cup officials. There warned that suicide bombers wanted to hit churches across the country. The statement from those officials was reportedly base. On intelligence provided by another country saying that. Mt. J a group described by the economic times as a radical Muslim group was planning the attacks. So far, no group today has taken responsibility for the bombings. Police said thirteen people have been arrested in connection with those bombings. A local woman who's being served a warrant for the murder of her husband set herself on fire HPD's says officials responded Friday morning to the home on valley wind drive in northeast Houston. They were there to serve the warrant to sixty nine year old genita- Alexsandr for the fatal stabbing. Last April of her husband, sixty four year old lanell Alexander when officials entered Alexander center self in the home on fire. She's done memorial. Hermann no word about her condition. All the Texas Department of agriculturally is reporting the discovery of three cards skimming devices on the pumps the southwest Houston. Gestation the devices were found on a petrol pump on. South dairy Ashford west Belford used to police say that the best way to keep from being victimized by skimmers is to pay cash if you use a card aimed for the pumps closest to the stores front door democratic presidential candidates plan to attend a forum in Houston next week. The shady people for them focuses on women of color, and it's Wednesday the Texas Southern University after the four I'm Bernie Sanders will hold a rally at five PM at discovery green, reduce reuse and recycle..

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"ten days ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"And even though that's still our goal. If we can't make the playoffs, then we wanna make sure one or more teams are coming on the way out with us that we take down a few of these teams and play the role of spoiler. But that is Tennessee's lone road game that's left there. Then home against the Washington football team that just lost two of its quarterbacks. And now faces the prospect of starting Mark Sanchez who I saw a tweet from our own Diana Rossini, who's done a lot of work covering Washington. That said from Jay Gruden who has asked what are the strengths of? Mark Sanchez is a quarterback. Jay gruden's response was I just met the guy ten days ago. The whole areas reminder of a very unfortunate situation one that especially unfortunate there when you hear the things about Alex Smith and some of the complications from his leg surgery. Now, you certainly put him at the front of your thoughts in that. But in the football sense having to face that beat up Washington team having to face a colts team that got shut out by the defense that Tennessee just put thirty points on you, look at very three very winnable games towards the end of the season for a team that is on the cusp of being a playoff contender and is going to try and push. A lot of teams that will play more difficult schedules because they had better seasons last year in the AFC. And all of a sudden is a reminder of just how interesting these last few weeks can be we have some situations. Like, the LA Rams who have already clinched their division. Who are now just vying and jockeying for home field advantage throughout the playoffs. And there certainly interested in those. But of these teams that have the chance to sneak into the back end of the playoffs. It's like what we talk about in the world of college football a lot where you. Wanna season that matters? And you want reason for people to be interested in fan base to be interested down the stretch of a year. Will you have got plenty of those in teams like the Tennessee titans Indians. Like the Dallas Cowboys were getting ready to play rivalry game in the division against the eagles team that thinks it might be hitting its stride at the right time finally in an effort to defend it Super Bowl championship. So a lot to check out with that a lot to check out this weekend. You can tune in Sunday for a football double header.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"It's not like he's without town. You know? No. I mean, he's not without talent. I think most of the talent is like intensity more than anything else personality too. Yeah. Look, he's charismatic. He comes across on the record. It's like DM X without a command of melody. Passing acquaintance with melody, but not a command. Yeah. And then so the thing with him. That's interesting is the persona that he's invented for himself starts to catch up to him this year, so the child sex charges were hanging over him for his whole career, but they happened before he became a famous rapper. So he's kind of like become a millionaire and then brought back on charges for something. He did like four years ago. And you see like a very different version of if you go to these court cases, where he's very polite says it's all an act it was the only way out of Brooklyn for him. And then, you know, the time line on this is very very loose and something we're trying to nail down some affording. But at some point in his music rear. He gets involved with the nine trae bloods, which is a Brooklyn gang and that led to about ten days ago eleven days ago, he got arrested by federal agencies for racketeering charges, which is kind of a blanket term for associating with gang members in committing crimes with them so him and his ex. Manager or associate were both brought in along with three other guys. And he's now facing thirty two life. According to the prosecuting attorney, which is something that as I've been following the case seems like it's going to be tough to get out with no prison time bail has been denied once his lawyer plans on appealing it, but has not done that yet. So he is currently in custody, and unless something changes will remain so until the trial on September fourth of twenty nineteen it could be the end of his career. Yes. Yeah. I mean, so it could be end of his career. But also he's likely to have a number one album on Monday because his latest dummy boy just came out on Tuesday after some delays because of the arrest, and it's streaming streaming pretty well pretty much all that standing in between the number one spot is star is born or maybe asked her world and Travis cow who will get to on a somewhat somewhere. We're seeing these careers. Get cut short, by one way or another little peep died. It's crazy. Yeah. It's everything moves faster. Now, it's just I don't know quite like what that is like with XXX little and six nine like their careers happened insanely fast and part of that was because they were talking about the things that led to their downfalls respectively. Like XXX was involved in a lot of stuff. His shooting was not related to like his career per se. But like he rapped about dying all the time peop- similar thing where like his music was often about of using drugs. And so when he dies for abusing drugs, it looks like he's like almost a profit talking about his own coming death. And like he also knows that. That's why kids are listening to him in like with the fervent see that they are. I mean in some ways like post Malone is like the the cheesy version of low p right? I mean, it's like the I mean, the the dumbed down like postmen has the cheesy version of. Out of things. I don't it's just low peop- like they operate in like vaguely similar land in that white guys bringing in outside influences to hip hop like they're starting with rap drums, and then like what if I like, introduce them guitars here ppac, a more interesting like central guiding thesis to his music than post Malone ever has. But postman I would say like makes better songs. He's at a longer career. He's at a lot more resources. He's doing a different thing. I think also with post its thing where it's like it's happening so fast for for post. I think he was like one of those artists where like he had white Iverson. And then it was a little bit slower for him..

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"ten days ago" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"This man is also okay Yep he's been charged with child endangerment speaking. Of child endangerment I've, never been so happy to see somebody arrested there's. This Kingsbury guy and I think we talked about the original case it's Kingsbury man sent to jail for sexually to. Crimes involving young boys as, young as fourteen, guy named Robert Middleton he was released from jail ten days ago. Ten days ago already back in jail Not only that he could not have been. Any stupider he was he was released from prison ten. Days later he's, not supposed to be he's not supposed to be in the company of minors. Okay. So as part of his probation and supervision he can't be around underage, boys well yeah he was with an underage boy at the county municipal building yards away from the probation department, so not only was he violating his probation. He was doing it in front of the, probation office so I wonder I wonder if you wanted. To get caught because that's just so colossally stupid yeah so he's back in jail now he's. Due for a Rainman on Friday and this. Time. He faces seven and a third to twenty two years. In state prison so that you know it may. Be a good place, for him he was charged with with some sexual. Contact but also with these kids over they would underage kids boys do things to each other while he watched was. Also charged with sex offenses, in California so, jail may not be the worst place Where. He belong in this story is stunning grand juries been working for two years now studying predator priests in Pennsylvania, virtually most of the state of I think. Six of the eight diocese in Pennsylvania have, been involved they issued a report yesterday long story short. Over the decades at least they say three hundred predator priests and over one thousand child victims. Is just so sad in the numbers are Scratches the surface because they have named over three hundred priests but they've gotten information on more than four hundred so they believe that they don't they haven't named them all yet they also believe. You more than a thousand, victims they've, identify they believe that the real number is far greater than that because there are a lot, of kids who don't come forward ever and I I'm still shocked and disgusted that this information is still just coming out now where it's been twenty years since the stuff I surface and, the Catholic church and they're still covering it up even, at the highest levels and if you've, ever heard I mean I remember covering, this? Probably fifteen years ago when the allegations are surfacing in, the Albany diocese interviewing of an adult who had been a victim of rape at the hands of a priest and the, lengths he went through as a, child to cover up the evidence from his mother and it breaks. Your heart and it's apparent, you you you put your child, in a position you, raise your kid in the church right and you think that they're in good hands being raised but You put them with a priest going gonna show them guidance not treat them like this, they stole their childhood and ruined their adulthood this is, the Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro they, sought to do the same thing that, senior? Church leaders in the diocese we investigated have done for, decades Bury the sexual abuse by priests, upon children and, covered up forever and he. Says it goes from the Pence Pennsylvania all. The way to the Vatican these, petitioners and. For a time some of the diocese sought to prevent the entire report from, ever seeing the light of day In effect they wanted to cover. Up the cover up now wouldn't. The, diocese have been better serve when these reports were first coming out saying you know what we're looking into this and this is not. The kind of behavior that we tolerate in our communities the people responsible will be. Removed from their, parishes and, this. Will not happen again instead they look the other way and denied it was happening, right under their noses and then moved them on these priests, abusing other kids it's just, these are, from the people, who are supposed to be our moral. Arbiters it's, just awful Chuck Kellyanne eleven some.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on WTMA

"President was suggesting let's be honest with the president was suggesting ten days ago was insane when he was suggesting that we tariff all nations for steel even the ones not involved in unfair trading practices canada and mexico and brazil because immediately what he found out was how much we trade and how that would kill the agriculture industry in this country would destroy the agriculture industry because we export so much food we export trump is a pretty smart guy and he knows a lot about economics and a lotta times he throws out a lot of falsehoods just to get bring that attention i'm not trying to defend them i'm trying to understand forty years of unfair trade practices nearly with china we need to finally do something about it in as you just mentioned kudlow there in place now in maybe this is finally going to be but we need to keep bringing attention to these trade deficits you know it's up to about thirteen trillion collectively gonna work for us again again it's the whole concept we have a trade surplus on goods this gets back this goes back to what we originally talked about that that when i said when i said two weekends ago i said i think i finally understand what trump thinks because i never understood trump was never specific enough and that's one that monday and tuesday is when i said i think i know what he thinks trump believes that there's only one good trade and that's when you have a surplus of getting the currency and giving away the good that if you get the good and give away the currency that's bad well that isn't necessarily so you're right and that's the whole point so you when you sit there and say we have a trade deficit retreat imbalance or always gonna trade imbalance each and every one of us in our lives have a huge trade imbalance we give away ninety five percent of our currency and we get back all goods which makes our lives more productive so we can do things to make more currency and then get more goods because of it so the when you look at the trade imbalance again and that's why we went through the whole show where we follow the.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"President was suggesting let's be honest with the president was suggesting ten days ago was insane when he was jesting that we tariff all nations for steel even the ones not involved in unfair trading practices canada and mexico and brazil because immediately what he found out was how much we trade and how that would kill the agriculture industry in this country would destroy the agriculture industry because we export so much food we export trump is a pretty smart guy knows a lot about economics and a lot of times he throws out a lot of falsehoods just to get bring that attention i'm not trying to defend them i'm trying to understand forty years of unfair trade practices nearly with china we need to finally do something about it in way as you mentioned kudlow they're in place now in maybe this is finally going to be at but we need to keep bringing attention to these trade deficits you it's up to about thirteen trillion collectively gonna walk for full again again it's the whole concept we have a trade surplus goods this gets back this goes back to what we originally talked about that that when i said when i said two weeks ago i said i think i finally understand what trump thinks because i never understood trump was never specific enough and that's one that monday and tuesday is when i said i think i know what he thinks trump believes that there's only one good trade and that's when you have a surplus of getting the currency and giving away the good that if you get the good and give away the currency that's bad well that isn't necessarily so you're right and that's the whole point so you when you sit there and say we have a trade deficit retreat imbalance or always gonna trade imbalance each and every one of us in our lives have a huge trade imbalance we give away ninety five percent of our currency and we get back all goods which makes our lives more productive so we can do things to make more currency and then get more goods because of it so the when you look at the trade imbalance again and that's why we went through the whole show where we follow the.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That the national rifle association isn't really there to represent people second amendment rights it represents gun manufacturers and i was impressed by some of the young people i've seen over the weekend they get it there laserlike in this they may not have actually thought about it ten days ago they might have known a little bit about it but they have done their homework and they now understand that we have to shame people into understanding that you cannot have an organization that spent fifteen million dollars on last election so i'm hoping that the parthenon kids can get themselves more national attention but you seen as i know happens to you you've seen that a people are going after them now you know for years karat a bill to repeal something by the orwellian name of the protection of lawful commerce and arms act this was a bill that was the nra's top priority that gave the gun industry and immunity from liability that no other industry enjoys the alcohol industry doesn't have at the tobacco industry doesn't have it no industry hasn't immunity from liability the gun industry does and i've been pushing legislation for years now they would repeal that immunity but you're right the nra exists to protect the gun makers not the public and it's the manufacturers and the dealers that they care about in a one of the things that gives me hope on this like everything else these days is the tremendous level of activism around the country that we saw from the very very first day after the inauguration when the size of the women's march dwarfed anything at the inauguration i don't care what rights fetus has to say or uh sean spicer what we are going to need is the marched and all marches in march on the polling places a march on election day for the polling places and to any representative any party anywhere in the country who isn't with those students they ought to be voted the hell out of office.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"The vice president correspondent kaitlan collins they are confirming the vice president mike pence was scheduled to meet with note the north korean delegation at the olympics in south korea but that the north koreans caught it off a little under two hours before that meeting was scheduled to happen roughly ten days ago on february ted at the blue moon house in south korea in the wake of the florida high school shooting rampage president trump has issued a directive for the of the activist students and parents in the movement growing out of the parkland florida massacre or calling for an assault weapons ban president trump is taking action on socalled bump stocks the kind used in the las vegas massacre in october i signed a memorandum directing the attorney general to propose regulations to ban all device is that turned illegal weapons into machineguns anew quinnipiac poll shows twothirds of americans want tougher gun laws but there is no expectation of a major shift in congress for action on weapons themselves the white house does say mr trump is behind a new bill designed to toughen and streamlined information in the instant background check system bob costantini the white house state lawmakers in florida meanwhile have voted down a motion today to consider a bill that would have banned assault rifles an attorney with ties to a former trump campaign official has pleaded guilty today to lying to russia probe investigators corespondent jessica schneider reports alexander's while now awaits sentencing we do know that the fbi has now seized his passport he will not be able to leave the united states at all even though he lives in london his wife is now in london and we understand that despite.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on WLOB

"Minutes left in this program marijuana you'll lose again marijuana uses more dangerous than cigarettes breaking news i know a lot of people of her just the opposite of that all cigarettes or much worse than marijuana while marijuana use increases the risk of dying by more than three times we're going to explain what this is all about this is breaking news we'll have that later also we're gonna be talking about special fruit that helps bowel problems really severe ball prompts like krones disease no through colitis and other inflammatory bald assists we're going to talk about how to cure morton's neuromancer which is a very painful foot condition which when you do steroids and other things they don't work i'll tell you how to actually fix that problem plus won't be talking about the opioid crisis once again on this radio show back to the phones however now next up we say hello to tony in mesa arizona listening decay fyi to welcome to the program tony hello good morning her ten days ago i had uh surgery on my prostate the nine prosthetic uh hyperplasia yeah well swelled up on me and i'm recuperating uh my question is what do you suggest as far as nourishment for the prostate okay we'll generallyspeaking when you have a trauma like this uh you need to have more vitamin c a more zinc these help the body to heal itself so you can take that in the form of you know more fruits and vegetables and maybe get a juicer and is star juicing fruits and vegetables you'll get plenty of vitamin c and all kinds of other nutrients zinc etcetera also vitamin e n b complex those are the nutrients you should take more of an a healing process postsurgery with prostate that is vitamin c vitamin e b complex zinc others so homeopathic gravity that often helps recover people little bit quicker called artika montana and sometimes depending on the extent of the injury and and trauma and the person we might even use some enzymes to decrease some of the inflammatory process or used a turmeric and we like future farm turmeric which is a.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

The Hoop Collective

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on The Hoop Collective

"Bought blaisdell will donald struggling so this is not for you pay i'm just saying tom gore's enjoyed his evening and his team's win last night man pistons pull off a big trade they'd been tanking tune you know i'll drink dry not crunch time how 'bout have a drummon sitting crunched on that is a bold move thereby stemming gundy well it was interesting but i mean it's like the reporter in me the been around long enough in me says let's just wait and see if that's that was an anomaly i didn't watch the game obviously heard about that so i don't know how circumstances were around it but um and you mentioned tony allen earlier i want to talk about the pelicans move for mira tich and they also in the process in the deal with the bulls they clear out a roster spot i think declare to roster spots actually um you know ten days ago demarcus cousins has the air however long it was you know has a terrible injury the pelicans are in a rough spot they have no almost no room under the luxury tax which is one problem and they have like less than two million dollars under the hard cat and this is a team that really needs to make the playoffs and you know they're kind of hamstrung they don't really have a lot of assets and dell dem's puts his head down and makes a move to get nico mira tich and in the process clears enough money and clears enough roster spots where he can add another peace down the stretch to bolster that team now this is an interesting go ahead it's all in on this year the army given up a first round pick out a what what was the protection on that i didn't i didn't see that it was i think it was top eight protected this sheer top so you i mean hey they'd better megaplier oscars boys you you are warming given up a lottery pig valves dab battle see this is what i wanna talk about mcmahon so like some people would say while they rescued themselves they get mira tich they may get another buyout player what a great move they're gonna you know they're gonna.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ellie kelly fire department people standing some distance back with the home is not that far from where it looks like know the hillside is giving way there there's really a deep rivets in the earth bright and then an and there is trump actually fall down there chunks of and dirt that uh key cascading down the hill now though i it's a tough situation uh although we resist looking at the updated rain forecasts that is really nothing common so they were talking about rain on friday and rain on monday i don't think it's common that others there's nothing drought ten days uh more draft just at one big heavy rains ovalles ten days ago uh the la city council you got two stories today the short one is mitchell farrell i think mitchell farrell's the one that got rid of columbus day if i recall now he wants to give it a stras on now is also the legislatory wants to do the same thing that the new thing you have to ask derives he will not be given to you you must request the straw they have to regulate that they have to regulate a trivial conversation between a customer and a waitress yes volvo weather i need a strong that's up to the legislature determined it will not be automatically provided if this were to be law it would have to be on request on are you serious leaving that we cut down the number of straw's because straw's you know or dangerous now why said they could end up in a toward its mouth ceror a tortoise is mouth oh how many tortoises are dying of straw's stop bed technique that out alpha dude or whatever at the other day the whole polar bears scare because a global warming now it's fake the what's all the video i see the polar bear starving and walking around in number of how the polar bears has increased who whose tool the polar bear count whose tuna polar bear's sense is what we really know that's why i don't believe either side because the infidel idols i i believe they learn everybody lay rate everett read the story it was just it was.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That to subscribe good bill you're with us or a thoughtful conversation or greg iin the joy of being at the council on foreign relations ten days ago in with me was david malpass international secretary for the department of treasury in basically are pack session came to a complete halt when we discovered that the tax bill is quote unquote using the villian speak unpopular we have an unpopular tax bill is anybody in washington realize that no it pardon of take care and i i think the average american think that favours the wealthy if they were corporation i think that is accurate and one hey guys get a deal they got a move it fascistic lingers her days and days have not good story for the market what is ramification for congressional leadership the executive branch i guess even the judiciary once people wake up january 1st or whenever and they discover what this tax bill wrought too late i don't think that'll be there's no time to go back and revisited it's going to be a big campaign issue i mean the republicans are hoping that the economy's going to surge even further will grow by three percent next year unemployment is at three but is a basic mi right that the polling his seventy percent of americans are like you're kidding me yeah i made it quite unpopular now here it could raise adapt people don't see them get house getting any big benefit a lot of people think it's going to actually hurt them so it is not then well so at the very least look i look ragged it let me give you an open question here with the two model of alabama and all that we've seen what are you going to be watching for today for you to write about tomorrow morning well yellen out and the tab probably will have some interesting things to say about how many rate hikes we get next week but next year but i i think the big story is how much progress is made on the tax bill there's.

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"ten days ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"ten days ago" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Combination so it's just frustrating we have family from australian newcastle be precise they came into town over the last week and they took in their first baseball game yesterday professional baseball game and kate is the mom and she has sixteen year old oscar the sun and i kept asking him over the course of the last week has like you like baseball did and it goes oneaustralia we don't even have baseball and they said yeah you do you have six teams didi gregori issues to start for a team in australia even know what baseball really was i mean he knew this because it's a combination of cricket and cricket in well it's like cricket isn't it and i said kinda it is special cory goerens on the man really slow and so they went to their first game yesterday and i felt bad for them because a very below mediocre team like the mets was dominating the giants all weekend in every phase of the game okay so that just gives you an idea imagine being dropped into dear i baseball game and going to see that they had fun with the food and the vendors in the fans and and the energy and all that from the from the fans but not from the players the players looked pretty dead out there they fought in colorado up to ten days ago they fought in atlanta then this weekend yeah flat dude real flat real boring anna is tough tough to watch fans they're doing their part they're coming out there they're paying their money they're shown up a little life players not so much so without further ado.

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